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Excess upper eyelid skin runs in both sides of my family, and most have impaired vision by their late 50s. At 37, my upper eyelids hang over my...
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Insurance covers for eyelid surgery?
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When is blepharoplasty considered to be medically necessary? The skin on my upper eyelids hangs down over my eyelashes. It tends to push my...
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My lid just keeps on drooping. Already did standard upper and lower bleph surgery (w/ Kaiser), which helped for a couple of years. There is a clear...
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I wear contact lenses about two years ago. Then due to a heavy college workload I would wear them for extended periods of time (from about 7AM to...
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I like many people of my age have excess skin in my eyelids and I have many small skin tags that need to be removed. Is any part of this surgery...
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What are the most common scenarios for eyelid surgery to be deemed medically necessary?
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What if my insurance company states they do not cover Blepharoplasty? My eyelids droop over eyelashes, one lower than the other. On the lower side, I...
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I Am 57, Have a Complex About my Eyes and Need an Upper Bleph. Is This Something Insurance Can Cover? (photo)
But am on unemployment, have been a single parent since my son was 5 and can't afford to do it unless it is considered medical. How can I go about...
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Upper Lid Blepharoplasty: Is Local Anesthesia with Oral Sedation Effective for a Positive Outcome, Safety and Comfort?
I will be only using the money insurance will give me for the upper eyelid surgery mainly involving skin removal. I prefer to keep the fat and muscle...
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